Michigan Powered Paragliding

Belleville Michigan 48111

(313) 515-9744

Our Mission

 Your safety is our No. 1 concern

* All our training is geared to the highest standards for safety.


* I pass on the knowledge I've learned from over 20 years of aviation experience to keep you safe in the skies


* We train you at an actual airport


* We use only new certified equipment.


* We teach at the pace you are comfortable learning at

        

Michigan Powered Paragliding LLC


Why Powered Paraglide in Michigan you Ask??

  The Great Lakes means GREAT places to fly a Paramotor or to conduct Powered Paragliding Lessons.  Vast and endless scenic terrain provides some of the most amazing cross-country flights in the country.  The western shore of Michigan has many sand dunes and  Rogers City boasts the world’s largest limestone quarry. Michigan has the longest freshwater shoreline in the world. If you live in Michigan and want to get into this amazing sport, please visit our contact page and learn to fly today!

(313) 515-9744

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Powered Paragliding is the safest, cheapest, and most convenient way to have your own personal flying machine. You don’t even need a pilot’s license, and it takes less than a week to learn how to fly one!

To sum it up, it’s basically a “parachute with a backpack motor” or a “motorized version

of Paragliding.” There are two different types of Powered Paragliders or “Paramotors.”

The most common is called a “Foot-Launch” unit, where the pilot wears a backpack-style

2-stroke motor, and has to physically run to become airborne.



The second type is called a “Quad” or “Trike” unit, where the motor is mounted to a

go-kart-style platform with wheels. To decide which type of unit is appropriate for you,

it’s best that you talk to an experienced instructor or dealer.  Many factors like weight,

age, physical ability, takeoff elevation, and flying-style determine which gear is best

suited for an individual.  Most people are familiar with Parasailing, Sky-Diving, Base

Jumping, or Wing Suits. Powered Paragliding however, is still a foreign concept to many

people and you don’t have to be a “thrill-seeker” to enjoy it. Powered Paragliding is all about “low and slow leisure flight.” The best part is ANYONE can do it!